top of page

nana rogues

& ms. banks

Singer-songwriters Nana Rogues and Ms Banks have released their latest banger  ‘Issues’.

Placed over an infectious beat, the sweet-tempered track is 2x Grammy and Brit Award nominated producer Nana Rogues’ first release of the year. 

Making 'Issues' was really fun man, I started making the beat in LA...

6 (2).jpg


  • Ms Banks

‘Issues’ showcases a new side to both Nana Rogues and Ms Banks who adds a silky vocal led verse to the undeniably smooth single. “Making Issues was really fun man, I started making the beat in LA, then penned and added vocals in London... I've known and been a fan of the super talent Ms Banks for years, so this collaboration was well over due. I called her, she came to the studio and killed it!”

NanaRogues-01560_small res.jpg

..then penned and added the vocals in London...

Raised in Hackney by a Ghanaian mother whose musical palette included everything from Fleetwood Mac to Daddy Lumba, Nana Rogues has been around music his entire life. In 2015 Nana produced an underground street anthem called ‘Trapping Ain’t Dead’ for the emerging South London crew Section Boyz. The viral hit ended up on their breakthrough mixtape ‘Don’t Panic’ and has since been streamed over 22 million times.


Nana then went on to produce “Passionfruit” and “Skepta Interlude” on Drake’s “More Life” which quickly became the most popular song on the project charting at 8 on US Billboard Chart and 3 on the UK Singles Chart. Following the success of ‘Passionfruit’, Nana would score more high profile placements with Drake (Don’t Matter To Me ft. Michael Jackson) R&B singer Ella Mai (‘Good Bad’), pop artist Anne-Marie (‘Heavy’) and more recently received a production credit on J Hus’ #1 album “Big Conspiracy” (‘Play Play ft. Burna Boy’ & ’Cucumber’).

With a lot more music to come in the upcoming months, Nana Rogues is set to be one to watch for 2020!


bottom of page